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The High Street, Cheltenham, by George Rowe, 1839-40. John the Muffin Man is in the foreground of the print. (270 x 385mm)
1956.21.2
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The High Street, Cheltenham, about 1870. (104 x 165mm)
1967.28.7
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The Queen's Hotel, Cheltenham, by George Rowe, 1840. The hotel has been the focus of the Promenade since 1838 when it was built on the site of the Imperial Spa at a cost of 47,000. (281 x 386mm)
1969.78.5
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A view of Charlton Kings, to the East of Cheltenham, by Henry Lamb, 1824-5. (178 x 259mm)
1969.102
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Christ Church, Cheltenham, showing the dramatic focus of its tower, about 1850. (110 x 190mm)
1975.127.2
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Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham, 1836, showing the Chinese pagoda and the Napoleon fountain. (68 x 100mm)
1995.195
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The Turnpike House, Leckhampton Hill, around 1825. From a drawing by Henry Lamb. The building was a public house for several years, and is now called Tower Lodge. (128 x 153mm)
1998.186
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The Assembly Room, Cheltenham, 1813. The only known view of the second Assembly Room, which was opened in 1810, and was replaced in 1816. Image shows the street lamps, which were oil lit, the paved crossing place across the often muddy street and a sedan chair, parked on the pavement in contravention of the Commissioners' bye-laws! (293 x 353mm)
1999.23
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View of the Pittville Pump Room and Pittville Lake, about 1831-35. This image has probably been cut from a plan of the Pittville Estate. (211 x 332mm)
1999.129
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Interior of the Montpellier Rotunda, Cheltenham, around1834. This print shows the visitors and the counter at which the waters were dispensed. (377 x 334mm)
1975.234.2
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